Conference

Accessibility

Provision of leadership, resources and ongoing opportunities

CASE works to increase the employment inclusion of Canadians with disabilities through the provision of leadership, resources and ongoing opportunities. As a part of this work, CASE believes all delegates should have the opportunity to participate fully in the conference experience.
The Canadian Association for Supported Employment is a national organization, that endeavours to host educational conferences that are accessible to members and allies across the country. This involves providing bilingual programming in both French and English as much as possible. Our shift to a virtual platform for the 2020 annual CASE conference has presented some unexpected challenges, and we recognize that as a result this is not a fully bilingual event. Please know that CASE is committed to finding ways to improve the accessibility of our events this year and as we continue to grow. We appreciate your patience.

Registration

When you register, please provide details in the “additional supports” section so we may appropriately prepare for your participation.
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Communication

As per delegate requirements provided during registration, CASE will strive to arrange ASL interpreters, real time captioning, CART and document formats as required. Please ensure you provide your preferences during the registration process.

Pre-conference materials in relation to overheads, videos, handouts, etc. will be forwarded to persons who identify this requirement as part of their preparation for fully accessible Conference materials.

Presenters - We ask all presenters to consider how their presentation is accessible and inclusive, such as clear formats and font sizes.

Check the presenter guide for details
Questions or Comments?
Please contact the Lya Iglesias, Event Planner.
Email at events@aspect.bc.ca
or call us at
250-891-5384
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